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About The frontier. (O'Neill City, Holt County, Neb.) 1880-1965 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 22, 1936)
Hitler Views Biggest German Army Maneuvers
Since Days of ’14
With camouflaged machine-gun
ners crouched at his feet, Realm
leader Adolf Hitler of Germany sur
. veys the “battlefield” in Southern
■Germany during the Reicn’s biggest
»*Vvar maneuvers since the days of
*1914. The battle games were held
near Berlin. Chancellor Hitler flew
his own airplane to the maneuvers
and on several occasions watched
the progress of the contending
forces from the air. The general
staff of the Reich's arm> thanked
the realmleader for permitting the
holding of the maneuvers, declaring
that they were the most comprehen
sive In more than 20 years. At
about the same time, the Red army
’of Russia was holding its annual
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Like Spanish Dancers
Among the most sought after
dancing girls in ancient Rome were
those from Gades, now Cadiz, Spain,
Steel Workers Don’t Mind Clouds or White Caps
Clouds just over their heads and white caps below their feet are all part of the job to the workers who are
raising the steel reinforced structure for mighty Bonneville dam on the Columbia river. This power navigation
and flood control project financed by the Public Works administration at a cost of $32,000,000 is being under
taken under the direction of the Army Corps of Engineers.
“Swing” Time Invades Football Field
Coach Leonard Sachs of Loyola university, Chicago, mov’d a piano
onto the playing field to see if he could put some “swing” into his back
field. His contention is that football is a matter of speed and timing, and
timing is a matter of rhythm and unison, so Coach Sachs pounds out
a little swing music as his players practice punting and broken field
running. The team is regarded as one of the strongest put in the field
in recent years by Loyola and is expected to win a good share of its
Assumes Duties of
Secretary of War
Harry H. Woodring, new secre^
tary of war, is actively engaged ir
his new duties. Woodring, former
Democratic governor of Kansas,
was appointed by President Roose
velt to fill the vacancy in the cabi
net caused by the death of George
Dern. Gov. Woodring was Gov. All
M. Landon’s predecessor.
King Edward Likes Scotch Kilts and Bagpipes
England’s monarch is very much at home in kilts when he visits his estates in Scotland and is fond of
bagpipe music. On a recent visit to Balmoral castle he was welcomed by kilted highland troops. The king is
seen in the center, with his brother, the Duke of York, and Major D. W. Hunter-Blair.
Scenes and Persons in the Current News
1—Marshal S. M. Budyonny and Marshal A. I. Yegorov of the Russian army watch autumn maneuvers
of the Red forces. 2—Premier Leon Blum of France, who has joined Britain and America in going off the
gold standard. 3—Rebel forces and civilian? hail the raising of Spanish monarchist flag over San aebastian,
following its capture by the rebels.
Rescued From Canadian Wilds
After spending 30 days on the shores of a wilderness lake in North
ern Canada two pilots of the Canadian air force were rescued. Left to
right, Joseph Forty and Sheldon Coleman, the stranded airmen and
James Hartley, mechanic of the rescue ship. The pilots ran out of fuel
and were forced down on the lake. They improvised a shelter to wait
for a rescue party.
COMMANDS G. A. R.
Their ranks steadily thinning, the
members of the Grand Army of the
Republic have voted to hold their
1937 encampment in Madison, Wis.
At their recent encampment in
Washington, D. C., the blue-coated
veterans elected O. H. William
Ruhe, eighty-seven-year-old Pitts
burgh, Pa., survivor of the Civil
war, as commander.
HONOR NAVAL HERO
Full military honors with burial
in Arlington National cemetery
were accorded Rear Admiral Wil
liam Sowden Sims, retired, who died
recently. Admiral Sims was in com
mand of the United States naval
forces in European waters in the
World war. He was seventy-seven
years old at the time of his death.
Crack “Fencers” Compete for Hunt Cup
Hunt clubs throughout America are holding their races these bracing
autumn days. One of the oldest of these events is the Meadow Brook
Hunt race. It was held recently on tite Long Island estate of Ambrose
Clark. Justinian II, owned by Stuart S. Janney won the race over a
three and a half mile timbered course.
Giant Flying Boat Will Carry 32 Passengers
Giant Douglas flying boat, built at a cost of $330,000 for experimental purposes, pictured as preparations
were being made for its launching at Santa Monica, Calif. The plane is equipped to carry 32 passengers,
has a wing spread of 95 feet and is 78 feet long. It has a maximum cruising range of 3,300 miles.
Wisdom Is Personal
Most of the wisdom one acquire*
one can’t communicate to anyone
else. Each man’s life is his own.
A monkey never seems to have
any repose. Its life is all excite
ment as it is for some men.
The “hand” who watches the
clock will never be the man of the
One has never fully lived until
he has spent a year on a farm and
explored the resources of the coun
try general store. It’s like Crusoe
exploring his ship.
We Are as Sheep
Most people would rather work
at another’s direction than to ac
cept responsibility. That’s why
good executives are hard to find.
It isn’t against the output of
foolish ideas that society must be
well armed. That can’t be helped.
It must be armed against so many
people believing in them.
There is no such thing as right*
No creature, human or other
wise, can welcome you quite as
wholeheartedly as a dog.
MADE HER A
ALL OVER v
Feels Rke a ,
new woman now
Why suffer with muscular pains of rheumatism,
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Self-love leads men of narrow
minds to measure all mankind by
their own capacity.—Jane Porter.
TIME IS SHORT, BUT FOOD IS TASTY...
YOU EAT A LOT AND EAT IT HASTY...
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11 Sore,Irritated Skin
“ Wherever it is—however broken the
Mn^surface-freely apply soothing •
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